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Hypogonadism

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Hypogonadism by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Reproductive Hormone Disorders.


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    1. Primary hypogonadism results from an increased function of the pituitary gland.
    2. In secondary hypogonadism, LH/FSH levels are abnormally low.
    3. Hypogonadism of the aging man is considered primary hypogonadism.
    4. Tertiary hypogonadism is a result of decreased function in the hypothalamus.
    5. Secondary hypogonadism is a result of pituitary hypofunction.
    1. Primary hypogonadism---> low testosterone, low LH, high GnRH
    2. In Secondary and Tertiary hypogonadism --- low LH, low Spermatogenesis
    3. Hypogonadism of the aging male --- low testosterone, high LH, high GnRH
    4. Tertiary hypogonadism --- low testosterone, low LH, low GnRH
    5. Secondary hypogonadism --- low testosterone, low LH, high GnRH
    1. Hypogonadism of the aging male --- pituitary adenoma
    2. Tertiary hypogonadism --- hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism
    3. Secondary hypogonadism --- hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism
    4. Secondary hypogonadism --- pituitary adenoma
    5. Primary hypogonadism --- hypergonadotrophic hypogonadism

    Author of lecture Hypogonadism

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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    "understand, don't memorize" - Carlo Raj
    By sam f. on 05. February 2017 for Hypogonadism

    This guy is awesome! Explained something in 3 minutes that the book wasn't able to do in 10 pages. "understand, don't memorize" Thanks Dr Carlo Raj!!!

     
    reinforcement of visual memorizing
    By Jasmine I. on 26. January 2017 for Hypogonadism

    could have been more immediate to understand if cited negative feedback in the primary hypogonadism.